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..B. W. Ellison, Alma..
, imiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiniHiiimiimim kJ pkgs Hominy, 10c or 3 for 25c Wilt.; Baker's Cocoa, one-half lb can 15c Walter Baker's Chocolate, one-half lb 80c Good Corn Standi per lh 05e S0-O1 can Silver Cow Milk 10c Royal Baking Powder, per lb 15c Voight'l ('ream Flakes, 2 l'kgs 95c Sour Pickles per doz 10c Sweet Pickles per doz 10c Hulk Olives per qt 3()e Lettuoe, Radishes, Spinach, Asparagus, Pieplant, Cucumbers and Green Onions. Strawberries, Bananas, Oranges and Lemons. :: :: II :: B. W. Ellison, Phone 17, I Ouick Delivery. OOODDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOaOQaOQOOOOOOo Sharrar Mulholland THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND WALL PAPER DEALERS. WE HAVE.... ..PARIS GREEN.. for every bug guaranteed. for miles around. Strictly pure and Hammocks! Hammocks! This is the Fifth Annual Sale of Sample Hammocks. You buy them at just one-third less than regular price while they last. ...Come in and Inspect Them... Sharrar Mulholland THE LEADIN6 DRU66ISTS AND WALL PAPER DEALERS. AT LATIMER'S BAZAAR FOR THIS WEEK we guarantee to save you money on anything in our store. Special prices on Gasoline Stove, Screen Doors, Clothes Wringers, Shovels, Rakes, Scythes, Lawn Mowers, Tubs, Pails, all kinds of Granitcware, China Plant Jars, Shirts, Overalls, sox, etc., in fact everything in our stock at bargain prices. Come in and we will convince you. Yours etc., GEO. E. LATIMER, DESERVED RrCOdMTION. Ili' Appointment of JotlB 8, Miln. I Principal ol Alton's School a Poptt liir One, John 8. Shiner, who has been ftp p tinted to the prinoipalehip of the Alma pnMic schools, is an Alma loy aul does not need an introduction to the the readers of The Record He was born in Manstidd, Ohio, and came from the Buckeye utate to Gratiot county with H m ome eLnd Vicinity : The nayi & Pierce Co. H 1 Stand, t J, S SHINER. In the Good Old Time ; Summer in thi- breezy M h'h i tr.in im- . th' -'in (r tf gait t r rt1 and yur fae, QVttie hrrll with frTklrp that uiBkp yon a fright. Hut a W jar of ur crt-Kin w;il remove e - ry Tr kle or B'-atn nn your ; and make you a fit SUOjeot to woo in "mime ."'! old summer nik'ht STILL MAN'S FRECK.E CREAM removal r it tiia-'Khcads all fn -1 i blemishes, pali lately liannl' S" ly. without peelinfr skin. We oure of forfeit Prtot wo Mae Borate. Co . Miami Ave , Detroit. MARKET REPORT. Corrected June IV. lttW. Out-hav- advanced a c-nt seat last wenfe wt le live stock remains tb' aatnt. Butter mm mi' prod ace. Wheat ai I wool n-nntlntijr -ta-tiuuary ffOOl 18 Q 21 Wh-at, new If Wh-Ht, old 7J Oat 3i Kjre 8 orn.oM ear M Oore "boiled N I'otatoe i Buckwheat Beans Applet per bu Clover fleed 5.4V 00 TmiMthyHoed -' '" Butter lN wiij Honey Onions, per bu . . flreen Hides "HE Nreeeed Port ft252' Live Pork Ml (, ,w,0: " II 12 It his parents some seventeen years ago. He lived in Wheeler until eight years ago next September, when he began his freshman year in the Alma high school, Four years later he began the coarse in Alma College which he flui-hes this June. Mr. Shiner will receive next Thursday the degree ih B, as a re ward for four years of conscientious work. His duties ns principal will include the natural sciences and some mathe matics He is contemplating n special course in Ann Arbor this summer on these branches Besides his good qoali hVatlou as an instructor, Mr. Shiner will a valuable acquisition for the school on account of his athletic quali ties. His host of friends at the college atid in the village will rejoice in Mr. Shiner's good fortune in scuring the position and all wish him the best sue in his new work. : i Heef Live Beef Mutton - Live Mutton Veal Live ... Venl dressed ... Live Tor keys Live Duoks Live Oeese Live' fetckeoa Dressed Cblcken "Strength and vigor come of good food, duly digested. 'Force,' aready-t trvfl when! and barley food, adds no burden, but sus'ains, nourishes, in. vigorates." tf EXCURSION TO MT RACES. PLEASANT To enable those who desire to attend tne Ml. Pleasant raoes to leave home in the morning and retnrn same day, the Ann Arbor R R. will give a special ex cursion Thursday, June 19th. Train will leave Alma at M 0n m Fare for round trip 66c Special train will leave Mt. Pleasant on return trip at 7:00 p. m. Excursion tickets will also be sold for all regular trains June 17, 18, Ittth Dr. Jay CIizImj was in Detroit Tues day. otto Saudorhoff was in Owoso Tues day. Mr. J. N. Ford was in Saginaw Tu atdnj, Frank Ward, of Pig Kapids, was in Alma hint Pi iday. Jacob -rga, of Detroit, was in iver Sunday on business The W. R. C. will serve meals in their hall on Thursday, June 18 W A. Bahlke went to Pewamo Mon day on a short business trip. Mhs Mabel Hoard, of Breokenridge( Vitlted IClM KthelHauee Mmul iv night Mrs. (ieo. Fink, of Crystal, visited r latives in Alma the 1 tat t ir part of Last week. Pert Woodward has purchased tin II N. Hayes house and lot on Water st. north. Mrs. Win. Parker, of Ann Arbor, ac companied by her sou, Frank, V lilted her niece, Mrs. A. I. Butterlield, ovei Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred EUiOOtt, of St. J hm, are visiting relatives in Alma bis week. Mr-. William Kelly and daughter Kuib are spending the week with friends m Bay City. Mr. and Mrs. John Dunham spent Sunday in Shepherd with their duughter, Mrs. R. D I -emeu Miss Bertha Wagner, of Mt. Pleasant, Tliited friends in Alma Wednesday and Thursday of th's week. Mr. W. M. Herron, of Ithaca, vis ited Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Herron, the latter part of last week. Mrs. B. Wimple, who has moved to Shepherd, wan in Aim t last Friday and Saturday visiting friends. Rev. J. R. Wootoo was called to listings last Saturday to preach a funeral sermon on Sunday. J. F. Modler left last Friday for Ovid where he has a position in P. M. Henderson's dry goods store. Mrs. B N. McCullough, who has been visiting relatives In Grand Rapids for a few weeks, returned home last Satur day. Mr-J. Amanda Hicks, and daughter, Mrs. Flora Wise, left Tuesday for Pe toskey where they will remain a few weeks. Oeorge Willard went to Muskegon Tuesday to attend the state encamp mentof the G A. R. as delegate from Win. Moyer Post. Try a-bottle of the famous Rocking ham milk or cream. Pore, clean, healthful. Sold only by The Huyt A Pn rce Co. There will be an examination of appli omits for appointments as rural earners at the pot ottiiee. Alma, at 7:o0 a. m., Thursday, June 18, liX:'. Mrs nfertOQ 15. Neff, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs T. B. Pringle, foi several week-, returned to her home in Hiawatha Kas., hist Saturday. Avoitl coutajjioii by using Rockingham milk and cream. Put up by sanitary and up t ' d ttv methods. For sale by The Hayt A Pe rce Co. Mr-. II. J Venn -ulei! left Monday for Mullan, Idaho, where she is interested in some Vain able mining propertv in o onnectb u with her brother, Fred Wil lard. Howard Willard, who went west with a party from this place a few weeks ago, returned home last Friday night for a short stay, intending to leave for the west in a few days. Miss Jennie Smith, a former teacher in our schools who has been living in Lowell, Ma-s during the pa-t three years, returned to Alma OB Friday of last week t remain during th summer. Wm. Demuth has moved Into the residence on Superior st. which he re ceutly purchased fron V. S. Holloubt ck P. a. Bland will occupy the .las. Chas" house on Water-et. vacated by Mr. Demuth At a spe-ial meeting of the I do. Y. Mutual Benefit Ass, k iution on Wednei day evening of last week, Of to Bander hoff was elected secretary of the association in the place of W B. Han son, resigned. The Hayt & Pierce Co. are at the front again this year with the famous Rook Ingham cream. Can also furnih milk from the same dairy, which is without doubt the cleanest, neatest and most sanitary in the county. The regular semi-annual busin sj meeting of the b. Y. p. r. of the Bap tist church will le held at the Iteldenoe of L. A. Sliarp on Saturday evening of this week. A s icial session will follow the bntineei meeting I -tr nt llveninir News snyH of Artluir I lepew who will be at the c illege nhapel, Tuesday evening. "In a idition to con tributing brilliant piano solo numbers, Arthur Depew played the aooompanl ments in a fashion that never obtrudes, but always suprortB the fotee Of the singer." Hub rt, the little three-year-old SOD of Mr. and Mr ('). Klias was a i lent ullv thrown from the merry go mund in the rear of the Church blick on vVednte tlay afternoon and sustained tjuite seri ous injuries about tiie bead Be was unconscious for a short time. F B, Pollasky has on exhibition in his dry goods department window this week, two as fine sofa pillow designs as we have seen for some time. One has the cut of Wright Hall photographed 00 the front while on the other appears Alma public building with the fire team and firemen in the foreground. Edward Griffin and Mrs. Attgnetl Ardnt, both of this piae, were married at the borne f the bride'i rioter, Mrs. Fred Hammer, on Wodneeday of tins week, Kev Kuhlow, of St. Loni", officiating, Bofreeh meeti were served after the wedding and on Thurs lay morning the happy couple went to (fraud Rapids on a short wedditig trip. The Saginaw Courier-Herald on Sun day last inaugurated a new scheme in advertising, a style that is called the checkerboard system. The idea is to give each advertiser a position next to 1 rending matter, the value of whioh can readily be appreciated by the average advertiser. The Courier-Herald is fast coming ro tne rroni unuer the manage 0era House Block. Vina, Mich. coooooooi H. Richards was in Detroit over Sun I gOOOOOOOOOCO day. M. Otln. of South Ibrnd, lad., has been Visiting friends in Alma this week. D. H. Clark left Monday for St Louis, M ., where he will work at hiB trade as carpenter. Mrs. .1 BUson, of Chicago, who came here last week to bury her brother, re turned homo Saturday. The Hayt & Pinroe Oo. h ive made nr. mngemeslll with Wright fc Sorngue to handle their famous Rockingham m lk and cream. The last dancing party of the season , will bt given at the opera house, Wednesday evening, June 17th, by Full . Alma members of the "Paragon." orchestra will be in attendance. "Mr. S. I. Slade did full justice to his opportunity, displaying a magnificent bail of unusual compass.' Chicago Tribune Mr. Slade is billed for com in ncemnt concert Tuesday evening. Miss Louie Cornell, of Saginaw, for merlv Bell telephone operator at Sharrar A M ulhollan l's, was in Alma Tuesday veiling on her way from Mt. Pieasaut to Saginaw. Dr. Geo F. Butler went to Detroit Wednesdav to attend a meeting of the Michigan State Medical Association and preside over the medical section as chairman. Detective Johnson, of tho IVro Mar qnettO, was in Alma all day on Friday Lail eratohing for the small boy who catches on trams. It happened to be the s b. had business elsewhere and Dete0 tive Johnson was obliged to return home that evening without making an arrest He informed Agent Bullock, however, that he must in the future prohibit all bicycle riding on the plat form at tho depot TIME fur tlu; closing of Bohoo and oollege draws near the question of the Alma College FRESHMAN EXHIBITION. Owing to a misunderstanding on the part of the class with its teacher the olam of 'Of. thought they would be re relil red "f the task of giving an exhibi tion until about a week before the date for the performance. But when they found out the inevitable, the freshmen buckled down to hard work and the ex hibition of the class of '08 in the college chapel last Friday evening was a credit to the class from start to finish The following essays and orations were given, "Bread Making," Jean Lowth r; "Robert Borne," Oaven Ronald; "The Tulip Mania," Oladys Nelson; "A Brother to the On,' Karl Allured; "S others Mount iineers,'' Lilliar Hunt. A hot debate followed on the question, ".' . That the present cu-t m of educating American youths at fon-igu universities li wis " William s. Cooper abl j led the affirm ative and he was assisted by Lilliau Orandell, Claude D. 0 oley, Alioe m 0 r 1 and Pre 1 S ulo The last -;i ak- r put up an esjecially strong arguuc nf Howard A. Potter olearly outlined the plan of argument for the negative and his colleaguos were Geo. P. Davey, E lith Henson, Lulu Wilson, and Libndge Andereon. Botheidei argned well. Iut tin- allirmative won easilv. the most I Probably they had the beei ildeof the , i -tion Dr. NV . K Spencer, Prof, tfi, H Harper and Prof. J. T. Bsring acted as judges. GRADUATING GOWN and accessories' must be considereo ma terials decided upon, style of making and tammings. Consult our fashion book and our complete stock of White Fabrics, consisting of Dainty Bilk Muslins at 85c and 45c per yd Swiss Mulls at 25c and 50c per yd " Persian Lawns at 45c and 60c per yd M Fienoh Lawns at 35c and 50c per yd " Organdies, 68 in. wide, at 50c per yd India Linens, up to ;5c per yd Fine Dotted Swiss Mulls at 15c to 75o per yd Fancy Dotted silk Brilliants 50c per yd ror J rim in nigs you will find here an excellent line of Dainty Laces and Insertions, Fine Chiffon, Appliques and Medallions, very attractive in quality, style and price. We are showing a fine line of Fabric (doves in silk and lisle thread in Wrist and elbow lengths, suitable for glad nation wear. Call in and see this array of goods. fine The nayi & Pierce Co. 0r ra House Block. Alma, Mich. rPOCQOQOQQOCOOOQCQ COLLEGE MM l S the good for retnrn June 20th at far and, nj b one of Michigan's test dailies in a ent of J. W Hn n- aker, and will prove ........ .... .. one-third for round trip. 16i.'ch prt- Miss Carrie Hovt, of Kemus, is guest of Miss Pauline Haclton. Prof. B. U Howe, of Mt. Pleasant, was a ohapel visitor Tneadny morning. Prof. F. N Notestine is -1 wly recov ering, from his illness, but is unable to be out yet. C. D. Hurry, State V. M C. A. secre tary, in ide a short visit at the college edm id y. Dr. Brnake and Mrs. Pruske oame h ima Wedneednj evening from their California t ri j. Oommenoement guests are beginning ro arrive. Mi- p an he .Teuks, kg. '!'., and Miss Louise Strange are here Mis-i Uabelle 11 iward'egmdnatlng re oital will be held In tin- chajH'i Tneed iy afternoon beginmg at three o'cl ck. The offloere eleet in the Phi Phi Alpha moiety are ai folio we: preoident, King; vice president, Young; secretary, P. Allure1.; treasurer, KnC.'nburg ; crit ics, Johnson and Putlr. Three janiore preached last Bandar. J W. Dunning in the Congregational church at Greenville. J. L, M oBrido in the M B church of Almi, and Herb Wile x in the Presbyterian church at Botebneh, The co'lege lase ball team rallied after their long list of def amtl to trim pioked'Op team from Alma, St. L mis and the scrubs, in a game plnyed , ues day afternoon for the amusement of the firemen score to to i The Alpha Thtas elected the follow ing olli ers for t n- li ue8'..r ,f tn, ' ; '04 college year: President, Kate liair; vioopreeldent. Bertha Higbee; n retnrji Ulndyi neleon; treararer, Carol vn Hastings; criti s, Miss Lli4. both Sohmidl an 1 .Miss Louise Strange. The Jnue Alminian came from the' pn n fMterdar. Beaides ! Lng a work ; Of art it is the largest ever published by 1 the students, for which much credit is due its edit r, Mr. J. Wirt Dunning, 1 and Wallace F Webber, its nriuager. The managem ot wish 1 1 ex-end th inks ' to thON wh assisted them m trie work. I Z ta Sigma OfftOOTl for the fall term 1 are as fo'lows: President. J. W. Dun-! ning: vice president, j, ij. MoHride; - retary . I Inae, 0 Oh ipman ; treatnrori Fred Boule, keeper of the archive . liey, critics, Frank H ward and Ib rb Wilcox Alma's sli rwing at the Intercollegiate was better than her most urdent sup porters dared hope Thirty-three points were won more than olivet and K tlf nmz 'O, and almost as many as HlUednle and Albion. M. A U. easily led the OOllegee In points. Alma won thi following firsts : Tennis singDs, Hy ney; club swinging, Swigart ; leather weight wrestle, .Jennings; tumbling, Jennings and Krataenburg. The fol lowing seronps: Tennis doubles. Baker and Hyney; middle weight wrestle Harst; shot put Keechler; also one thirdISO hurdle, Kratzenburg. Alma scored most of her points in the indoor meet, where she oloaelj contested the first day with M A. O. I o 0 V Bivins & Rhodes us HAMMOCKS III the use If you buy your Hammock early you will have of it for the whole season. If yon buy it of us you get your money'i worth. All prices HAMMOCKS All prices BIVINS Sb RHODES UP-TO-DATE PHARMACY. UNION TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. it i 0 ij n t 44'4''!4'M'4'4'4. 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.44.4..4.4. ll Continued Satisfaction w I is sold fof just what it N and When yon huy from us yon comes from the purchase and usr of Reliable Fur niture. Our FURNITURE just what you pay for. get 'BEST VALUES FOR THE LEAST MONEY." Have yon seen our line of Popular Prioed Rockers? JOHN W. DEAN UNDERTAKING A SPEOIAL TY. 4odes.